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PostPosted: 14 Jul 2009, 18:26 
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Why there is no discussion of them? They were the master and represented the highest level of this style.
Playing SP must learn from them even they were penholder. :lol:


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According Stellan Bengtsson, Chen Longcan generated surprising amounts of spin with his pips and he was the best at this.

He said that to dispel my notion that SP cannot create spinny returns.

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PostPosted: 15 Jul 2009, 13:53 
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amateur101 wrote:
According Stellan Bengtsson, Chen Longcan generated surprising amounts of spin with his pips and he was the best at this.

He said that to dispel my notion that SP cannot create spinny returns.

Yes, u are right. Chen's loop was quite powerful and much spin which was similar to Pip in loop. His loop in SP was the best. As i know, he was using 889 in Chinese National Team and spinpips in Japan.
Below were the loop of Chen. :lol:



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excelent videos!

are there similar videos but for sp in the bh (besides the old wang tao video)???

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chalo_sterling wrote:
excelent videos!

are there similar videos but for sp in the bh (besides the old wang tao video)???


There is the Geng Lijuan (who is an all SP shakehand player) training video.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UA9RKR8L

The Chen Longcan video is this one:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=80S6GZVV

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Great! Thanks...

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amateur101 wrote:
chalo_sterling wrote:
excelent videos!

are there similar videos but for sp in the bh (besides the old wang tao video)???


There is the Geng Lijuan (who is an all SP shakehand player) training video.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UA9RKR8L

The Chen Longcan video is this one:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=80S6GZVV

Geng's forehand is not SP. At that period, loop is not popular in women. Most of them are fast attack style even with inverted rubber. :lol:


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amateur101 thanks for the videos!!

i like see different players with sp in bh because this is my style!

if someone have others videos of sp in the bh please share me this

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Jiang Jialiang in ITTF Legends Tour :D



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Jiang was a perfect player. A Malaysian friend was coached by Jiang some years ago. He said his serves were extremely heavy.


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Quality of video is not that good.
Two SP penhold (single-sided) masters in the 80's: JJL vs Kim Ki Taek.


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Jiang Jialiang playing RPB.



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shaolinTT wrote:
Quality of video is not that good.
Two SP penhold (single-sided) masters in the 80's: JJL vs Kim Ki Taek.


Interesting that the hidden serves hadn't taken over yet... Rallies were also pretty short compared to today.

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